Detail of outcome
We have now completed our review of feedback received from stakeholders as a result of the consultation and have taken these views into consideration when making our decisions. Final decisions on the proposed changes are published in the decision statement above. We are also publishing those elements of the Regulatory Framework which are changing. These will come into effect on 1 April 2015.
These are as follows:
annex 3: Governance and Financial Viability Standard
annex 4: Governance and Financial Viability Code of Practice
annex 5: Rent Standard
annex 6: Rent Standard Guidance
annex 7: registration criteria
annex 8: General Consents
annex 9: business engagement assessment
annex 10: equality assessment
annex 11: copy of consultation responses
Detail of feedback received
Responses received to the consultation on changes to the regulatory framework. These responses have been redacted.
This consultation ran from to
This consultation gives landlords, tenants, lenders and others who have an interest in the social housing sector, an opportunity to influence how the social housing regulator will amend the Regulatory Framework.
The social housing regulator wants to make changes to the Regulatory Framework so that it continues to meet its statutory objectives and the regulation committee’s aim of protecting social housing assets.
The regulator is also consulting on a change to the Rent Standard and guidance as a result of direction by the Department for Communities and Local Government.
This consultation closes on 19 August 2014.